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counties, that's a good sign for the president winning virginia. >> and hillsborough county in the tampa area of florida, how pivotal is this and a good indicator for the state? >> funny enough, we're picking counties that comport to the statewide vote. hillsborough is in the tampa area. it's not quite a microcosm of florida. you're missing the hispanics from south florida. but the margin in hillsborough pretty much comports what the statewide vote. and look, in all purposes of the stlee states we have mentioned, florida is probably the toughest reach for the president. if he can do well in hillsborough, that means it will be a long night and a long night in florida is a good night for president obama. >> fred yang, great to have you with us. we obviously will be here covering all of it. it's going to be a heck of a thing. thanks so much. >>> a lot more coming up in the next half hour. stay with us. >>> if you're tired of being tired, then i ask you to vote for change. help us win this. >> you may be frustrated sometimes by the face of change. guess what, so am i. but you know what i bel
joins me now. mark, i keep hearing it's about hillsborough county and orange county. one is about turnout among port recons puerto ricans and the other is it's a swing county. >> the bell bewether of bellwethers. they are rarely wrong about that. >> reporter: it's why both campaigns have their state headquarters here. florida in general is a huge prize. it's a richly diverse state. 29 electoral votes and the cann candidates are working hard now to get out the vote. president obama was in hollywood, florida. governor romney in sanford, florida, today trying to energize their base and engage the independents here for which florida is famous particularly in this area in central florida along the i-4 corridor connecting tampa to orlando, which you mentioned, and over to daytona beach. so far more than 4.5 million flo floridians have already voted. the democrats lead in the voting at the polls. the republicans in the absentees but the gap between them is dwarfed by those independents. that's where the focus is. they determine the outcome of an election here. >> that's right, mark potte
that i'm going to point out here carefully. i'm going to start with hillsborough, if you will. it's the largest -- sorry about that. look at this. just one day later and we're masking through everything here. you would think that all would be well with our app. let me get you back here to florida, the presidential race rather than the senate race. i missed the touch screen. the touch screen was always so much easier to do. so let's get right to hillsborough and we'll show you the raw returns in 2008. the president 53% to 46%. look at the raw vote total here. 286,000 votes n. 2008 he won hillsborough county but he had 272,000 votes, also the same 53% to 46%. but the president did increase his margin by 1,000 votes overall in his lead there. look at the swing from 2004, if you will, in hillsborough when hillsborough was a 53%/46% county for the president. when we move to orange county, and i want to get us back there if you will, in orange county in 2004 it was a narrow, as you see here, john kerry won it by about 1,000 votes. in 2008 the president won it by 19 points. look at that.
. the what is the key? >> hillsborough county which tampa is housed is what we're watching. of course, miami, orlando, tampa all key as far as hispanic vote. the reason why we're watching tampa and hillsborough county if i can get this to fire up here. this is the tampa bay area. this gave a huge boost to president obama back in 2008. remember, the reason florida's going to be closely watched because president obama won in '08. president bush won in '04. this is a swing state. this is major swing county within that swing state. and stuart, so important that the republicans held their convention there. they have been really fighting for the votes there. this will be, hillsborough county will be the one to watch. stuart: hillsborough, we're watching it. thank you very much, sandra. steve, i have got 10 seconds. you've been in the position waiting for a vote, results of a vote. tension must be extraordinary. >> it is. when you get it you're sort of numb. takes awhile to register. and since i lost more than i won, maybe i should have taken a shower when --. stuart: politics is ex-trorled nary ga
all the way to florida in hillsborough county. where this man in the straw hat wants cigarettes and cash. >> what? >> give me your [ bleep ] money right now. right now. >> seems like it's his first time. >> it does, i think the hat makes it seem that way. >> in guy looks suspicious from the get go, the big jacket, and his goofy face. >> did he get away with the money? >> he got away with some money and they looking for him. >>> i'm going to start fanning you right now because this video will make you sweat. >> bikini ladies? >> no, we have one quick butt dude in is an extreme downhill cycling event. we're watching the dash cam of one of the competitors. it's nuts. you go through neighborhoods and all kinds of stuff. >> this town is amazing, and to build a race course like this. >> this guy has to go over more than 1,000 steps, nine drops, but because of all of the downhill, they lose about 40% of oxygen, so they have to deal with that. this ended up winning the race by 14 seconds ahead of everyone else. >> next rtm, it's the bug guy prank. >> does anybody catch on to this guy. >
'll be the first factor. with record turnout in hillsborough county. that is the western end of the i-4 quarter. we are feeling really good about the direction that this election is taking in florida. we win florida. president obama will be reelected president of the united states. >> president obama is going to be in florida for the last time before the election day today. i was just in florida. i was doing some canvassing with the national. one of the things i was interested in finding out, and now the a bombing campaign is suggesting that hispanic latino voting might be of 2%. how do think president obama is going to do with hispanics and african-americans? will and make a difference to that ta? >> that will make a key difference. for example, yesterday's in terms of our door-to-door canvassed , we can thi yesterday and reached hundreds of thousands. the turnout in terms of early voting has skewed heavily toward the hispanic and african american voters turning out. what has also backfired on the republicans is that they had an egregiously extreme boater suppression of a past, some of which was t
challenge at the county elections office, which is what happened in hillsborough county, and kimberly kelly, filed 77 challenges against people in the hillsborough county area. over half of those were in tampa. these people, when their voting status is challenged, they don't know this and won't know this until they show up at the polls and the person tells them, "your vote has been challenged." at that point, that person cannot file a regular ballot. they will have no choice but to file a provisional ballot. this is completely unfair. you can understand the frustration and confusion this is going to cause when someone waits five to six hours in line and finally gets the right to vote, gets up to the front of the line and is told, "you have to file a provisional ballot." >> an want to talk about virginia after the break. i want to bring in myrna pÉrez who has been following the issue of voting rights and suppression with the brennan cen stick with florida. >> florida is an interesting case because you have one of the most restrictive laws been paced by the state legislature that did a numbe
. speaker. following the report of the hillsborough disaster and the phone hacking scandal, self- regulation of the press by the press is simply no longer acceptable to the public. more than three-quarters of respondents to two recent polls -- your ministers had a briefing. whose side are you on? the public or the press? >> i am not on anybody's side in this -- members must adhere to the proper procedures, which they ought to know by now. prime minister? >> mr. speaker, i think we should wait for the report to come out. a lot of work has been downed. what i want to see is a robust regulatory system. what matters most of all, as i said last week, is to make sure that if newspapers get things wrong they can be fined and journalists can be properly investigated and there are proper apologies. we know what a proper system should look like. we do not have one now. we want one for the future. >> thank you, mr. speaker. i would like to echo my prime minister is to be to our armed forces and fallen comrades. the country owes them a huge debt of honor and gratitude. last week we saw the staff of the
expect that. >> prosecutors are asking people and hillsborough for a retrial of howard the fact that he obtained prescription drugs that could have led to the death of nicole smith and michael smith. howard stern used fake names to obtain prescription drugs. >> painted african dogs were the cause of death of people lie. at that as you. they are endangered. >> this atlanta rescue helicopter crashed. nobody on the ground was injured but the helicopter was searching for a missing 9 year-old boy. the boy has found. and witnesses heard the helicopter and they saw flashing lights. and a piece of the landing gear was still stock when they are right on the scene. and they are turned to figure out why that helicopter crashed. decision 2012. the election just a couple of days away. on to the polls, we are looking at joe johns. >> long lines in florida, cincinnati, ohio as early voting will come to a close. those are not the hotly only crowds. >> thousands of grassroots in a cross-country areas there are going to be everywhere to legally be able to pull. and the poll watchers are going to descend
. and another storm but this was from earlier video from hillsborough. the north bay is getting hit. we are going to go live but first, jacqueline. she has been tracking this and it is mainly in the north bay. it is kind of stalled, in a way. it has an east-west projection. you will see that in a moment but first tget rainfall is mainly in the north bay. santa rosa however, still seems to see heavy rashowers on/off. with hills burke finally getting a little bit of a break. he'll spurrheel spurheelg north-south not quite as much this street project three from the west going towards east. that street project 3, continuing to move ever so slowly to the south. st protectory straight. it to the golden gate, however, 1:00 a.m., not much of a seven progression proportion to the south f overnigh. how it could impact your morning commute and your thanksgiving holiday, coming up. >> as jacqueline has been mentioning, the north bay has been getting hit the most. and charles clifford >> this was 2:00 p.m. this was just to the north of san rafeal, near lucas valley road just a light rain. this same
florida. we're seeing results come in hillsborough county, one of the big swing areas there. george bush won it 53-46 in 2008, then obama now -- i'm sorry, got that the other way around. in 2004 obama up now by a similar margin there. how do you win florida without counties like hillsborough, osceola, some of those other big, famous swing florida states? is this tipping towards obama, or does romney still have an even chance there? >> i don't know that you can win florida without hillsborough. if you take a look at election results going back to 1960, hillsborough has predicted the winner every single time. it is the swingiest of the swing counties. so in that sense it's different as a predicter than osceola, the county you mentioned, because osceola has changed a great deal demographically. it's next to orlando, and the real demographic change in orlando which is orange county and outside orlando, osceola, there's been this influx of puerto ricans which has really changed the politics of that area. and that's really in president obama's sweet spot. and from every indication the presiden
they wanted to win hillsborough. the president is winning hillsborough county not by much but i just enough. again are the tampa bay region president obama is winning back as well. >> just a background and florida with 29 electoral votes so that is the biggest prize in the battleground thamap. >> i think that the october surprise, what does or and have they have hurricanes. also latino voters. those two things combined romney's you on deportation and hand hurricane sandy maybe the tipping factors in florida. both campaigns left florida and basically stayed in the midwest for a last two or three days of the campaign. that's without was going to really be fought. it will be very interesting that the president pulls out fla. he does not need virginia. he does not need wisconsin. he wins basically. if he pulls out there will be a lot of people and the republican party getting themselves and had wondering how did we lose florida. they thought they had won florida. there are probably thinking >> they're probably thinking my god is days of the with legal challenges. >> it could happen. >> we'll be
of the peninsula in hillsborough. if there was an accident and install on 280 southbound. what is otherwise the trouble-free commute it looks as though the lights may have cleared recently as the censors are updating showing little better speeds. you will find allays heading down toward highway 92. traffic backed up from san bruno on 280 southbound. over to the what weather >> we have issues with the stability at s f o expect delays on arriving flights. averaging an hour. is a cold start to the morning most locations sitting in the '50s. in the afternoon we will see sunshine. breeze kicks sand cool conditions than yesterday's. today the transition day between yesterday's record pretty temperatures and the rate we expect tomorrow. for those of you stepping out of the door 54 in downtown san francisco. 57 in san jose and oakland. i will show you where the numbers are expected to go coming up in my next report. >> thank you erica 8:03 a.m. is in six months and more than 100 route since the president officially kicked off his reelection effort. a slow economy and poor performance in the first p
will do very well in the two biggest counties in new hampshire, hillsborough and rocking hal county. >> only seconds left. iowa, who is trend? >> i think it's going to be tough to beat barack obama. >> so obama, iowa. colorado? >> 17 candidates on the ballot, very difficult to say. that's even 49.5 could win colorado. >> all right. >> that's iffy. >> nevada looks to be obama. i've got to go. factor tip of the day, newspaper column you might like. the tip, 60 seconds away. raps. thermacare works differently. it's the only wrap with patented heat cells that penetrate deep to relax, soothe, and unlock tight muscles. for up to 16 hours of relief, try thermacare. ♪ ♪ ♪ [ male announcer ] some day, your life will flash before your eyes. ♪ me it worth watching. ♪ the new 2013 lexus ls. an entirely new pursuit. >> bill: tonight is a two-fer both concerning me. kind of vain but might be useful to you. my newspaper column is about the lessons all of us can learn from hurricane sandy even if you weren't affected. premium members only, sign up and get a free book to boot. factor tip o
, hillsborough and rocking hal county. >> only seconds left. iowa, who is trend? >> i think it's going to be tough to beat barack obama. >> so obama, iowa. colorado? >> 17 candidates on the ballot, very difficult to say. that's even 49.5 could win colorado. >> all right. >> that's iffy. >> nevada looks to be obama. i've got to go. factor tip of the day, newspaper column you might like. the tip, 60 seconds away. [ male announcer ] choosing a winds 8 device with help from your friend. i'm thinking about upgrading... finally! jonathan was fine when you were in your 20s, but he's not right for you. good-bye jonathan and his creepy little girl hands. i meant... [ male announcer ] or choosing a windows 8 device with help from the experts at staples. another way staples and hp make it easier to upgrade. make your windows 8 experience even better with hp. and this week, get $200 off the hp envy dv6 notebook. staples. that was easy. that's the sound of car insurance compani these days. here a cheap, there a cheap, everywhere a cheap... you get it. so, what if instead of just a cheap choice, you
counties. romney will do very well in the two biggest counties in new hampshire, hillsborough and rocking hal county. >> only seconds left. iowa, who is trend? >> i think it's going to be tough to beat barack obama. >> so obama, iowa. colorado? >> 17 candidates on the ballot, very difficult to say. that's even 49.5 could win colorado. >> all right. >> that's iffy. >> nevada looks to be obama. i've got to go. factor tip of the day, newspaper column you might like. the tip, 60 seconds away. >> bill: tonight is a two-fer both concerning me. kind of vain but might be useful to you. my newspaper column is about the lessons all of us can learn from hurricane sandy even if you weren't affected. premium members only, sign up and get a free book to boot. factor tip of the day. the mail now ... not likely to happen but i appreciate her watching. >> bill: most likely will will not, sandy. it's tragic. >> bill: calm down, mike. >> thank you for your service, j.c. mail is great to hear, amy, i wrote the books to get the kids involved. thanks for being a good mom. that is it for us tonight. check out t
. >> it is important to vote. no matter how old or young you are. i want my voice heard, i guess. >> and hillsborough county went with the winner of every presidential election since 1960 except one. four million people have voted early voting or absentee ballot. >> you have a quick question. you said that voting stops at seveno'clock p.m. but if you are in line you can stay and vote. >> that's right. they have voting officials at the end of the line and turning many people who arrived just after 7 o'clock. >> thank you very much. we have an important reminder for you. before you go to bet bed and an update. our country three days away from making history . our abundant natural gas is already saving us money, producing cleaner electricity, putting us to work here in america and supporting wind and solar. though all energy development comes with some risk, we're committed to safely and responsibly producing natural gas. it's not a dream. america's natural gas... putting us in control of our energy future, now. [ husband ] transfer! [ male announcer ] free data transfer at home. you just deleted all th
with hillsborough county. >> the other two? >> miami and orange county. >> you want to know what the gaps would be there. >> and chris booker same to you. >> don't you want to see hamilton county went for obama in 2008, but traditional republican stronghold. you would like to see where they break on tuesday. >> see, we don't need three states. we've got it down to three counties. chris booker, larry and adam smith in tampa bay, thank you all. appreciate it. >>> next up, your "daily rundown" guide what to watch for as the wults came in on tuesday. but first today's trivia yes. name the only two states that flipped their presidential vote in both 2004 and 2008. gore, bush and obama. that's your hint. the answer coming up on this special prime time edition of "the daily rundown." we'll be right back. up. a short word that's a tall order. up your game. up the ante. and if you stumble, you get back up. up isn't easy, and we ought to know. we're in the business of up. everyday delta flies a quarter of million people while investing billions improving everything from booking to baggage claim. we're ra
, including palm beach, hillsborough, orange, panelas and broward already said they would allow absentee ballots to be dropped off. it looked like they were trying to get the council to give them legal authority for what they were already doing, anyway, fred. >> very complicated. here we go again with florida, florida, florida. it's always something, isn't it in. >> a lot of people knew it would be that way. >> how it would be that way, that part still had a question mark. thanks so much. >>> meantime, in florida, president obama is likely to make his last campaign stop there just two days before election day in florida. he'll be in hollywood, and you can see the crowd awaiting his arrival. you'll see him in just 20 minutes or so from now. and when he does, we'll take that live. customer erin swenson bought from us online today. so, i'm happy. sales go up... i'm happy. it went out today... i'm happy. what if she's not home? (together) she won't be happy. use ups! she can get a text alert, reroute... even reschedule her package. it's ups my choice. are you happy? i'm happy. i'm happy. i'm
there. trying to get a count as we near the end in hillsborough county. right now we had only one precinct left that hasn't reported and been counted. 346 precincts in of 347. barack obama is in the lead, 52% to 42%. 42,000 votes in this area and we are just waiting for the last precinct to come in. hillsboro is one of those counties that it is a swing county in a swing state. they say that it has accurately predicted who is going to be president back to president reagan except for one election. it is definitely one to watch. we are almost at the finish line here. neil: thank you very much. in florida, that is what is going on. michael brown, what do you think? to i think it is a tough path for mitt romney to find 270 electoral votes. i think the league will be sustained in north carolina, but he is behind the popular vote as it's coming in florida. i think there's some possibility of him leaving there. they have to be carrying these three states. in addition come they have to carry colorado and the six electoral votes of iowa and nevada. the casino workers union out of nevada has
did it. according to the prosecutors in hillsborough county, florida dd moore befriended jackpot winner abraham shakespeare in 2008. you may remember this one. they claim that she claimed she wanted to write book about people taking advantage of him. they accuse her of then swindling him out of his winnings, shooting him and putting his body beneath a concrete slab in her backyard. but dee dee's lawyers today say a drug dealer killed. shakee people who owed him money tried to frame dee dee so they wouldn't have to pay their debts. phil keating is in south florida tonight. so much for absolutely. before he was killed this truly rags to riches lowered winner got to the point where he publicly said where he wish he said he would have never bought that pick quick ticket. the barely literate abraham shakespeare actually didn't barely enjoy any of the 17-million-dollar lump sum payment that he took from the state lottery commission. giving almost all of it away to the endless family and friends who came asking. prosecutors today showed the jury crime scene photos of how he ended up. ab
in my book on a major trafficker with the nickname of hillsborough e --el zorro. law enforcement officials are like anywhere else, the unfortunate thing was many of them were very local, paid very low wages. the system itself pushed them through to take money in order to survive. we have to continue working with foreign countries because one thing we don't want to do. we have our own work to do inside the united states. they should be doing their own. we can support them and many people are willing to do that and we will be seeing that more in the future as we train officers in mexico and they train them there are people willing to work and we have seen many of their own officers die within the past two years because of trying to enforce laws against the cartel. >> let's go to the next question. >> when you are in a tough situation if you don't have a positive attitude there's no way you can survive. you need to wake up every morning assuming you will survive the day and somehow get to the next day when you can start over again. a very tough way -- if everyone could do it everyon
, but if i had to pick one, i would have to go with hillsborough county. >> give me the other two fast then. >> miami and orange county. >> you want to know what the gaps would be there. >> and chris booker same to you. if you only had one? >> don't you want to see hamilton county went for obama in 2008, but traditional republican stronghold. you would like to see where hamilton county breaks on tuesday. >> see, guys, we don't need three states, we've got it down to three counties. chris booker, larry sabato and adam smith in tam pais bay, thank you all. appreciate it. >>> next up, your "daily rundown" guide what to watch for as the results came in on tuesday. but first today's trivia question. name the only two states that flipped their presidential vote in both 2004 and 2008. gore, bush, obama, that's your hint. tweet me the answer. the answer is coming up on this special primetime edition of "the daily rundown." we'll be right back. i'm only i. i've got a nice long life ahead. big plans. so when i found out medicare doesn't pay all my medical expenses, i looked at my options. then i got
and hillsborough county, you could pick up an over the counter absentee ballot. fill it in there and hand it in right there. you could do that all day in greater tampa. in orange county, which includes orlando, a judge ordered the day of early voting after a bomb scare kept the polls closed there for several hours. the situation in miami-dade county got really kind of nuts today. at least that's how it seems to me. i was watching reporting from miami-dade all day today. it started to feel like farce. after people were still voting, last night, at 1:00 in the morning in miami-dade, miami-dade finally, belatedly decided they were going to let people pick up an senty ballots today, fill them out and hand them in like was happening in a few other florida counties. okay so far, right? we have seen already what happens in florida these days when you offer people the chance to vote. turns out they want to vote and they try to vote. oh, no, we're not prepared for that. today nearly 200 people got in line outside the elections bureau in a republican leaning town. and the only place you can vote in
, hillsborough and that is one that started around 3:30. and i set up here perhaps around 4:00 p.m. let me show you one more thing to confirm that there is rainfall there are puddles heelsburg.. our team coverage the rainfall is not making things easier for travelers. dan kerman is live at s f o. there have been delays. >> at this point there are still some delays but the security lines are small. not that mantravelers- today. but i would say that before 3:00 p.m. most flights were delayed. there rain and clouds were not a welcome sight for travelers going out of s f o on this tuesday before and giving. >> i was going to try to go to medford, oregon. and we were told that it is canceled and we might not be able to get on another flight for another couple of days. >> connecting los angeles flight but it has been delayed for three hours. when we got there, las vegas 2 el paso will be gone. >> at least a couple of delays with these long lines at southwest. >> are you getting taking this in stride? >> and action getting aggravated. i do not understand why this is taking so long. >> many of these we
will have the story from round zero, hillsborough county when we come back. [ male announcer ] if you're eligible for medicare, now is a good time to think about your options. are you looking for a plan that really meets your needs and your budget? as you probably know, medicare only covers about 80% of your part b medical expenses. the rest is up to you. so consider an aarp medicare supplement insurance plan, insured by unitedhealthcare insurance company. like all standardized medicare supplement plans, they cover some of what medicare doesn't pay. and could save you in out-of-pocket medical costs. call today to request a free decision guide to help you better understand medicare and which aarp medicare supplement plan works best for you. with this type of plan, you'll be able to visit any doctor or hospital that accepts medicare patients... plus, there are no networks, d you'll never need there's a range of plans to choose from, too. and they all travel with you. anywhere in the country. join the millions who have already enrolled in the only medicare supplement plans endorsedy aarp
live in tampa, hillsborough county. good morning, phil. >>> well, early voting technically ended at 7:00pm saturday night but today people are still votinger leave. i'm in hillsborough county here where tampa is, and the supervisor of elections says, well, early voting officially ended but yes still people are early voting. it's called a different name at the stage ever the game. you go to the polling elections office and you request an inch-person absentee ballot. they give it to you. you circle in all the bubbles, you pick your candidates and constitutional amendments and give it back and technically you voted and it is early. the polls do open tomorrow 7 to 7 here in florida. miami-dade county announced yesterday afternoon, for four more years you can come over here and we can do it through absentee ballot voting. so many people same that he were overwhelmed at the dural voting center. miami-dade, broward, palm peach county are allowing people to come in and get ballots today as well as here in hillsboro. it was 90,000 fewer votes voting early and absentees combined than in 2008, b
by 46,000 votes and critical for rom no he didn't win interstate four and pinellas county . hillsborough county going for obama x. orange county going for president obama. 17 percent of the state is hispanic and here's how the hispanic vote in florida broke down. cuban americans down in miami-dade county. typically they go with the republican candidate and they did again last night. 50 percent to 47 percent to rom no. but noncuban hispanics president obama bested rom no. florida has more in the percentage of senior citizens. quarter of all voters and as expected. romney beat obama when it came to the senior vote 58 percent to 42 percent. he and paul ryan through a place where you have been to the villages. still unofficial . but romney losing to obama in the state of florida. phil keating live. >> steve: we are yoined right now. who did show up and vote. >> we have broke it down. young voters, we talked about those in the 2008 election . they turned out for president obama but not in the numbers they did four years ago. they represented 19 percent of all voters. one percent higher than t
this big battle frowned state. in pinellas county, around st. pete, tampa's hillsborough county, orlando's orange county and osceola county they all went for obama despite polling by the "tampa bay times" and "miami herald" in last week showing romney would win the crucial i-4 corridor by 6 percentage points. i-4 corridor voted for republican candidates in seven of the past 10 presidential elections. obama won it twice in '08 and 12. there has been a surge of puerto ricans, central and south americans in central florida. certainly helped the president. after all of these still outstanding ballots are tabulated, it does appear very unlikely that governor romney could perhaps overcome the current lead by president obama, which is now 46,000,039 votes. it is close -- 46,039. votes. it is still close here in florida. jenna: thanks, phils for some great context. jon: this morning in the aftermath of the election there are all kinds of questions about the future of the gop after president obama's re-election victory. some say the republican party has a of work to do to keep up with the changin
the governor has said, no, it's not going to happen. this country, hillsborough has been a bellwether, they have gone with every presidential winner since 1960. they have a sense their votes could be extremely important in this election. >> gregg: are those lines moving pretty quickly, steve? or do people expect to be able to cast their ballots before they close tonight? >> reporter: the lines will stay open even after 7:00 p.m. tonight if people are still in line. people did expect some delays because the ballot in florida is complicated. it contains at least 11 constitutional amendments. they knew it was going to be slow going and they are patiently, we've seen families carrying their children, people on walkers waiting patiently in the hot florida sun to get their chance to vote. >> gregg: steve live in tampa. thanks. >> heather: amazing lines there. there are more concerns about possible voter registration fraud just three days before the election. two major cases specifically in the battleground state of ohio. election officials citing registrations from an outside firm what acor
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